First ate there in 1980. Moved to Fort Lauderdale n '96 but have not found an Italian restaurant that comes even close to Alfredo's.
Best italian in the whole city!
The best italian in atlanta ga, hands down. Do yourself a huge favor and have dinner at Alfredos!
One of the tastiest pasta in A...
One of the tastiest pasta in Atlanta can be found here. Fettuccine Portofino is a personal choice. Very creamy sauce. The baby shrimp taste great with the sauce. Highly skilled staffs manned the place.
Excellent food! Very poor service
We were a party of two and the first to arrive for dinner....the reception was zero and continued to go down hill from there....The senior waiter had zero class and was equal to Waffle House staff....Oops, they are somewhat friendlier! Never again...Poor service ruins the entire experience....
favorite restaurant in atlanta...love it!
Little Italy in Atlanta
Walk through the doors and you have stepped into Little Italy in NYC. Food excellent Staff perfect.
Just the best.
We drivie 100 miles from Macon to have dinner here with owner Perry Alvarez, 2nd in command Filipe, and Tony (our 'own' waiter) for about six years now dozens of times give or take a few. We are those regular customers others like to complain about. SORRY guys. It's great - so get in line - right behind us : )\r
We fell in love with Alfredos first time we went... just as they opened at 5PM... one of the waiters was in the process of blessing the building with a frying pan sizzeling with olive oll & garlic as he walked it throughout the entire restaurant in the form of a cross.\r
We give the pickeled vinegar hors d'oeuvres & hot garlic bread a well-deserved two thumbs up. Love the Cesar salad: just the right amt of seasoning. The Veal Francese is my favorite and my wife orders sea bass with champagne sause, Veal Marsala, or Veal Parmesan - THE BEST VEAL ON PLANET EARTH - one person's opinion. The house red & white wines are all we ever order - great. The simple black coffee after the meal is the best coffee I ever have and it goes great with a world-class Alfredos home-made cannoli. We spend, on average, about $70. And we don't have to compete with the pony-tailed Porsche and Bentley crowd - THANK GOD - who care more about $300 bottles of wine and chrome and glass mirrors than they do about fabulous food & service at decent prices (that never seem to change).\r
We also like the fact that this magical restaurant frequently seats 5 generations of a single family while young lovers at a booth on the back wall enjoy the ambiance of the romantic room and a frequent opera or Frank Sinatra tune on the sound system.\r
Theresa and Bill Trail (VERY happy to use our real name and address - & we're in the ""book"" too)\r
657 River North Blvd.\r
Macon, Georgia 31211 \r
Bill Trail at BellSouth dot NET (CitySearch blocks 'real' email addresses)\r
p.s. Going again tonight Sunday 6-29-2008. Tony - get ready ! The Prius is full of gas & I'm HUNGRY.
Tangy tomato sauce and a fun and energetic waitstaff
Good for years and will be
I laughed when I read you can get it cheaper somewhere else. Duh, sure go to pizza hut! After more years than I can remember, We went there again last night. Perry greets and thanks everyone. for coming in. While, I normally order my standard four favorite dinners my wife tries everything including excargot. We have traveled the world and she says they are as good as any restaurant we have dined in. . As far as price goes two dinners, bottle of wine, salads, and one appitizer, less than 60.00 dollars. Add a small cozy restaurant, good service, and no yuppies on cell phones. Is it the best? Not sure but as far as I know the valuve is well worth the trip.